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Sony 5.1 Channel Soundbar Home Theatre Systems in India

Sony Soundbar Home Theatre Systems

Sony Soundbar Home Theatre Systems comes in two variants – HT-S700RF and HT-S500RF

Sony has launched two brand new 5.1 channel soundbars in India, called HT-S700RF and HT-S500RF. The business asserts the versions are designed especially for the Indian marketplace, together with all the audio preferences tuned for Indian users. The Sony Soundbar Home Theatre Systems comes in two variants HT-S700RF was priced at Rs. 37,990 along with the HT-S500RF sells for Rs. 29,990.

The brand new Sony HT-S700RF and HT-S500RF soundbars possess a brand new diamond cut’hitting metal’ grille in the front using a rhombus design. Both send 1000 Watts (RMS) of power along with encouraging Bluetooth v4.2. The two soundbars don’t encourage the LDAC, aptX or aptX HD high-quality wireless audio streaming codecs. They do encourage AAC, which is a little consolation.

Sony Soundbar Home Theatre SystemsThe soundbars have both analogue and digital inputs in the kind of an auxiliary jack, an optical input signal, a USB interface, along with an HMDI interface that supports ARC (Audio Yield Channel), which transmits tv sound back into the soundbar via precisely the exact same HDMI cable.

The front bar is normal across both and contains three speakers and 2 tweeters. The HT-S700RF includes tallboy-style back speakers along with a 20cm subwoofer along with the HT-S500RF has bookshelf speakers along with an 18cm subwoofer. The 3 front speakers and both back speakers provide 152 Watts of electricity each and the subwoofer is rated at 240 Watts. The two soundbars are harmonious with the Sony Music Centre program, which users may use to browse files on plugged in pencil drives.

Sony Soundbar Home Theatre SystemsEven the subwoofer and rear speakers are regrettably not wireless and are attached to the front pub via cables. The two soundbars additionally lack NFC support. The HT-RT3 is readily available for Rs. 17,490, as well as the HT-RT40, sells for Rs. 21,190.

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